Finance 101 Financial Skills for the Real World


MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 40 lectures (3 hour, 23 mins) | Size: 1.61 GB

Understand and Learn How to Apply the Core Principles of Finance In a Couple of Hours

What you’ll learn

Understand the time value of money
Learn about the components that form interest rates
Make the distinction between fixed and variable interest rates
Understand how to negotiate with banks when applying for a loan
Compare present and future cash flows
Assess whether a project is feasible from a financial perspective through the Net Present Value technique
Learn about annuities
Calculate a complete loan schedule with fixed payments
Know how to convert Foreign exchange currencies
See the core principle behind modern Equity Portfolio Management theory
Be able to make your own financial decisions based on sufficient financial literacy

Requirements

No experience or Finance knowledge is required – everything is shown in the course

Description

Welcome to our Finance 101 course!

Most people don’t realize how basic finance calculations play a major role in their life:

– the ability to compare two investments

– the understanding of how the timing of cash flows impacts their value

– the preparation necessary to negotiate an advantageous mortgage or loan rate

At the end of the day all of these decisions shape the amount of money you will find in your bank account. And because money accumulates over time, potential inefficiencies have an even higer weight in the future.

On the other hand, educated financial decision making goes a long way and could easily play a major role determining your net worth in the years to come.

In this course, we will start from the very basics. The lessons are suitable for those of you who have not studied finance in university or during an MBA course.

We’ll cover the following fundamental topics:

cash flow calculations

the time value of money

the components forming interest rates

how to compare between investments

what is an annuity

how interest compounds over multiple periods

what is the difference between monthly and annual interest rate

how to calculate IRR, NPV, and many more

The course contains plenty of useful resources such as course notes, quizz questions, practical exercises, and a vibrant Q&A section where you can contact the course tutor and ask questions.

Sign up for the course today and make sure you are in control of your financial future!

Who this course is for:

Anyone who wants to learn how to manage their own money
Anyone from any country
People who want to improve their financial literacy
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